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Media, Society and Digital Citizenship

Presentation

UC dedicated to society, media and digital citizenhip

Programme

Media and Information Literacy and Digital Citizenship

Level of Qualification|Semesters|ECTS

| Semestral | 7

Year | Type of course unit | Language

1 |Mandatory |Português

Code

ULP6062-21848

Recommended complementary curricular units

Interactive seminar I

Professional Internship

Não

Syllabus

Media, networks and society 1.1 Digital network, user and interpersonal communication 1.2 Social networks, collective action, connective action and dynamics of participation 1.3 Diversity and citizenship in the digital age 2. Digital Citizenship conceptualizations 3. Actors and frameworks 3.1 Multinational frameworks 3.2 National frameworks 4. Existing ¿Sensible Practices¿ 4.1 Strengths and weaknesses 4.2 Engagement and motivation 5. Towards Digital Citizenship Competencies 5.1 Three Domains: being online; online wellbeing; rights online 5.2. 10 dimensions: Access and Inclusion; Learning and Creativity; Media and Information Literacy; Ethics and Empathy; Health and Wellbeing; e-Presence and Communications; Active Participation; Rights and Responsibilities; Privacy and Security; Consumer Awareness; 6. Research and Emerging trends 6.1 Getting access to the huge amount of experiences across Europe 6.2 Various forms of participation 

Objectives

1. Understanding the importance of digital media and the Internet in the exercise of citizenship 2. Understanding digital citizenship and its relationship with media and information literacy 3. To know the main actors, policies and models of development of digital citizenship 4. Knowing "sensible" practices or good practices that take into account the context (the social problem, the cultural and economic environment) in articulation with the societal aims 5. To know paradigms / theories that best fit the teaching / learning of digital citizenship competences 6. Being able to design strategies and programs that contribute to the development of digital citizenship skills 7. Being able to design research projects that contribute to the development of digital citizenship education 

Teaching methodologies and assessment

In this curricular unit the expository method is used for the introduction of concepts, but also the demonstrative (through use of images, videos and applications). Demonstrative and active methods (through the execution of works) will also be used. The evaluation is continuous and consists of an individual project and group projects. Evaluation: - Design of a digital citizenship project with oral presentation and discussion (50%) - Group work: critical recension, presentation and disucussion and participation (50%) 

References

Bennett, W. L. e Segerberg, A. (2012). The logic of connective action. Information, Communication & Society, 15:5, 739- 768. Castells, M. (2009). Comunicación y poder. Madrid: Alianza Editorial. Costa, C, Car, V & Papadimitriou, S (2017). ¿Good practices and emerging trends in Media and Information Literacy¿ in Frau-Meigs, D, Velez, I and Flores J (eds), European Public Policies on Media and Information Literacies in Comparative Perspective. London: Routledge. Mercklé, P. (2011). Sociologie des Réseaux sociaux, Paris: La Découverte. Wasko, M. M., Faraj, S & Teigland, R. (2004). Collective Action and Knowledge Contribution in Electronic Networks of Practice. Journal of the Association for Information Systems Vol. 5 No. 11-12, pp.493-513. http://aisel.aisnet.org/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1377&context=jais Frau-Meigs, D., O¿Neill, B., Soriani, A., Tomé, V (2017). Digital Citizenship education: overview and new perspectives. Strasbourg: Council of Europe Publishing 

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